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Welcome to iCTLT 2016!
Wednesday, March 30 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Model Lesson 4: 215 The C3 Flipped Classroom FULL

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In the model lesson session, the presenters will share the school’s approach to:

  • Flipped Learning and Flipped Classrooms
  • ICT Professional Development (PD) for teachers
  • The use of ICT tools - EDpuzzle, Socrative and Nearpod
Flipped Learning and Flipped Classrooms
Leveraging on technology, a flipped classroom provides a flexible learning environment for students to learn and revisit concepts at their own pace. Students will be able to Construct knowledge, Clarify and Collaborate with their classmates and seek clarifications from their teachers.

ICT PD for teachers
The school has a structured ICT PD to provide teachers with the pedagogical strategies and tools to facilitate flipped learning effectively. Termly PD sessions are planned and teachers are grouped according to their readiness level. With these technological and pedagogical strategies, teachers work collaboratively to implement the flipped classroom.

The use of ICT tools
EDPuzzle, Socrative and Nearpod are self-directed and collaborative ICT tools which can be effectively used in flipped classrooms. These tools are available for Android and iOS applications. 

a) EDpuzzle
The website allows for “pop-up quizzes” to be embedded in videos at appropriate junctures. These quizzes allow for self-assessment and students are able to assess their level of understanding of the topic. Teachers are able to monitor students’ progress in order to redesign the next lesson to meet learning needs of their students. Through an EDpuzzle, students tap and build upon their prior knowledge through highly interactive lessons and hence, learning is self-paced and self-directed.

b) Socrative
It is a real-time assessment tool that engages and assesses students’ level of understanding of topics taught. Through the use of quizzes, polls and exit tickets, teachers are able to monitor students’ progress. These results allow teachers to clarify students’ misconceptions and provide instant feedback. Peer learning takes place as they learn from one another.

c) Nearpod
It enables teachers to share content with students and to manage the flow of the lesson in a "live" session. Students can receive multimedia content and participate in engaging assessment and collaborative activities. A teacher can create customised self-assessment quizzes to monitor students’ understanding of the topic and clarify their doubts. The ‘Draw It’ and ‘Open Ended Questions’ modules allow creative flexibility where teachers can pose a question, present a scenario or assign a creative writing task for students to collaborate and facilitate discussion. Students’ responses can then be generated in the form of a report.

Presenters
avatar for TAN CHAY TIN JASMINE

TAN CHAY TIN JASMINE

LEVEL HEAD SCIENCE, CHIJ (Katong) Primary
TW

TAN WAN ING VENUS

CHIJ (Katong) Primary
avatar for TRACEY HOA

TRACEY HOA

CHIJ (Katong) Primary



Wednesday March 30, 2016 3:30pm - 4:30pm GMT+08
MR 309 Suntec City Convention Hall